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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: Texas A&M 23, UTSA 10

November 21, 2016

• Not a very good day for the Aggie offense, at all. For the third game in a row, the Ags have been very bad on that side of the ball, and how they will move the football against LSU with any degree of consistency or effectiveness is a serious, serious concern. The wheels have come off since Trevor Knight's injury, and the Ags haven't seen a unit close to what they'll face on Thursday night.
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